Issue 36: Winter 2017 is now Live!

POSTED: February 27th, 2017

Dear Friends, Writers, Associates—

It gives us great pleasure to announce the release of Issue 36: Winter 2017 of The Puritan—stacked with new fiction, poetry, essays, reviews, and interviews from some of the best up-and-coming writers in Canada.

We have new fiction from Susan Sanford Blades, Stephen Thomas, A.M. Lang, and the third instalment of a trilogy of stories by David Huebert, all of which we have had the pleasure to publish.

This issue’s poetry section contains work from Canisia Lubrin, Karthik Purushothaman, Audrey Gradzewicz, Tanja Bartel, Kasia Juno, Sarah Wolfson, Aaron Boothby, Sennah Yee, Ben Gallagher, David James Brock, Nathan Mader, Michelle Brown, and Robin Richardson.

In addition to Rebecca Salazar’s “Toasting the Apocalypse,” which was featured in a preview to the issue, we also have essays by Anthony Stewart and Meg Thompson.

In the interviews section, Allegra Hyde talks to Vanessa Hua, Katy Wihmurst talks to Gail Anderson-Dargatz, and E Martin Nolan talks to Canisia Lubrin and Andrew F. Sullivan.

In our review pages, find in-depth takes by Anita Lahey on Elizabeth Bowen’s The Heat of The Day, Adebe DeRango-Adem on Jacob McArthur Mooney’s Don’t be Interesting, and Erica Ruth Kelly’s assessment of Owain Nicholson’s Digsite and Adele Barclay’s If I Were In A Cage I’d Reach Out For You.

We hope you enjoy the new issue, and please share widely!


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